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why cross link plastic

Here is an interesting paragraph or two on "why Jackson Kayak chooses to build their whitewater kayaks out of cross-link plastic". EJ talk a bit about the JK philosophy on plastics. There is also an attached in depth study (by Brigham Young University).................
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